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>> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. ? i want to be ? >> hi, everybody. so flglad you're with us for wis day, wednesday. national day of deployed. honoring all the brave men and women who either risk their lives or have risked their lives to fight for our country and for all the freedoms we take for grarnted. >> and all the families back home missing and loving them.
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yes. a great show. country artist eric paisley is here. oh, a cutie. already an accomplished songwriter. 2350i6sh hits including "friday night." guess what? now taking center stage, new tour and taking our stage a little later and sing a great new song for us. >> such a sweet, nice guy. in the green room, snapchatting with everybody. he'll be fun, and lilliana has what's next in to sweep the country. you'll get to know them before anybody else does. >> all of these things i'm looking at i never going to do. i just know it. definitely not that one. never! >> oh, my gosh. that's hashed. >> maybe in the privacy of my own home. a budding fashion designer or have a style idea but no clue how to get it off the ground, help from the experts of "project runway" fashion start-up, including designer rebecca minkoff.
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generjennifgenerjennifer o'neal more than 30 years now back on the big screen and here to tell us all about it. >> yeah. i saw the movie last evening, and it's -- it's about the columbine situation, but she's got a beautiful cameo in it. okay. time, hoda. we need it. with everything going on in the world we need your words of wisdom. >> words of wisdom for the day -- grace has been defined as the outward expression of the inward harmony of the sou want me to read it again? okay. one more time. wait. grace has been defined as the outward expression of the ipward harmony of the soul. you can tell those who are good and calm inside because they show grace with everybody around them. think be about that when i was -- sometimes you're on -- everyone's on your jagally last nerve like your head's going to
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so calm. her soul must be very kind. >> in greek means unmerited favor. >> that's beautiful. >> thank you. >> all right. so last night i had some fun. derek jeter, who is a sweetheart. >> what a gentleman. >> oh -- oh. >> i go for the soul part. she's just, you know the -- >> anyway, he's got -- >> butt. >> he's got a grace foundation. teasing. >> you did it last year, too. >> called the turn two things for young people. kids who are, might be on the bubble but they join us with this organization. they graduate college, get a start in life. promote healthy lifestyles among kids of all ages. other pictures from the evening. okay. we did red carpet stuff and also, there was, at the table was jorge posada, derek jeter, and -- >> that 1,000 watt smile of
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congratulations to this entire family that does great work. >> and joel with you, in heaven. >> joel was posing next to derek like -- >> i know. >> it was the best picture ever. >> i've never seen a wider -- >> an even bigger smile than your you. >> yes. >> the first game in the world series last night, and indians beat the cubs. pretty resoundingly. >> yeah, yeah. tickets are -- it's the first game. let's not get crazy. tickets selling for one restaurant owner, who's desperate for tickets is trying something different to get his hands on some tickets. so, babies cheesesteak, outside of chicago, offering free food for life, two cheesesteaks per day in exchange for to lower leveling tickets to see the cubs play at wrigley field. >> now, how many years of your life would be gone, taken away, if you had two cheesesteaks away? >> they've done the math.
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>> how many arteries? told us received dozens of e-mails a few offers that might be legitimate. including some charitable options. good for them. fun to see every's minds off the negative in the world right now. >> fun to up was the game. >> helen mirren. tips for women. honored last night, a hollywood gal wil, on "elle's" new cover. look at her. >> gorgeous. >> we love her. >> during her acceptance speec here they are. number one, never drink alcohol unless you're celebrating something, upset about something or today ends in a y, and never drink while driving. >> no rules about love. don't be in a rush to get married and give your partner the freedom and support to achieve their ambition. >> number three, at the blackjack table, always split aces, 8s and 9s. it ill proves the odds.
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not facebook. better to have three great friends than 300 on social media. >> five, finally, ignore anyone who judges the way you look. especially if he or she is some anonymous miserable creep lurking on the internet. true. you can't change the way you look and people are critical. >> i'm amazed. we always get comments, i'm amazed somebody thinks their opinion is going to matter to you. you've never met them. haveo what their motivation is, but they think that you're going to care. >> but sometimes we do. >> no, but -- >> a little? i mean, i -- i try not to read it, but if someone says something, sometimes you're like, ouch. >> hoda you don't know them. you're giving them power. >> do you don't you sometimes? say they didn't like my hair on the internet. said that before. >> i say it, but do i let it bother me? no. you can't. i'm down to five opinions in
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>> am i one of them? >> no! [ laughter ] yes, you are! >> you know what i'm saying? that's the beginning of wisdom, not listening to anybody. >> not caring. >> only certain people have the right to that kind of power in your life. >> right. what if consistently people said one thing on your twitter page? >> then you look at it. >> if it's a lot of people. >> yeah. >> okay. makes sense. >> i've been through times like that, too. >> i know you have. >> and the truth will set you free. got to know your own truths and cut out all t >> all the noise. >> really do. a question, can you guess who this red head is? >> i wish i could see it. >> oh it is -- >> let me look. >> excuse me. i got to go up closer. >> okay. >> i still don't know. >> is it -- it looks like a man. in, dressing like -- >> no. it's not a man. it's a woman. >> i'm sorry. it just does. >> it's not a man in a wig? >> oh, my gosh, no.
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you just said that because of the shoes. okay. oh, my gosh, i just saw it. >> it's not nicole kidman. >> it's on the prompter. >> who is it? >> kate winslet. oh. that was going to be my second guess. >> oh, my gosh. >> sorry. even up close, doesn't look like her. >> it doesn't look like her at all. >> no. >> she's got a new role in a woody allen film with justin timberlake. >> doing it all around new york the last couple of weeks. >> look how much the red head changes ter completely. i i'm already in enough trouble for sure. >> were you ever a red head? >> i was. >> like that? >> people said they didn't like it, so i changed it. >> did you like it? >> i liked everything, every change i've done. i like change. >> you like change. you change it up. >> it's important. >> so we have good news if you are a gilmore girls fan. a new trailer out. >> are you? >> sort of. >> i never saw one episode. >> i was a little too old for it. >> it's generational. >> trailer for the reboot is out. >> people are excited.
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address passing of actor edward herman, he played the grandfather on the show. >> i loved him. >> waiting for it. here's a little bit of it. >> we have limited time. should we skip the town tour? >> can't skip the town tour. well, keep it short. a debate going on. whether or not to take the phone booth out. >> would superman change when he saves our town from ben affleck? >> i made the same excellent point. >> not making tater tots. >> we need sustenance. >> i saw you g doughnuts. put them down, right now. >> ah! mom? >> oh, yes. isn't it wonderful? >> it's -- it's -- the whole world. >> i don't know how to do this. >> i was married for 50 years. 4568 of me is gone. i'm de-cluttering my life. brings you joy, keep it. doesn't, out it goes. no joy. >> he's taking the dining room chairs. >> they don't bring me joy. >> looks great! >> is that -- all right.
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really good. i don't think so anymore. all right. four 90-minute episodes of "gill more gi -- "gilmore girls." >> and nasty, one nasty viral, isn't nasty. a guy running for, what is he running for? in texas. i don't know. >> please, yeah. >> he's running for something. >> keep going. thank you. >> his wife wants him to win. >> gerald >> reelected as travis county commissioner, his wife. >> let's look. >> we've got room to put 2,700 people in jail and it costs about $103 a day. >> gerald really doesn't have any hobbies. >> last year's tax rate, 1.169. this year take it down to 3.838. >> always like that? >> yeah. all the time. >> which means that the 38.38 will probably go somewhere.
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parked tzed in the neighborhood, spilling fuels. frankly, it's not a code violation i. think i like helping around the house. >> please re-elect gerald. please. [ laughter ] >> you've got to love them. my gosh, want to move there to vote for them. >> so cute. >> a breath of fresh air. all right, project runway meets shark tank. >> about t stars of project runway start-up. >> i want to apologize to kate winslet. advice to get your design idea off the ground. off the ground. next. ? go paperless, don't stress, girl ? ? i got the discounts that you need ? ? safe driver ? ? accident-free ? ? everybody put your flaps in the air for me ? ? go paperless, don't stress, girl ? ? i got the discounts that you need ? ? safe driver ? ? accident-free ?
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successful investors hoping someone wants to back their vision like this woman's reversible bags. take a look. >> oh, okay. >> the bags are reversible. two bags in one. >> how much of these? >> that one's $275. that one's $175. >> too expensive. >> way too expensive. >> ooh -- oh. >> here with us, creator of the shows "investors," industry leader in luxury handhandbags, >> christine hundred christihun >> and dekatia -- what is it? >> beecham. >> french. >> never going to forget you, katia. co-founder and ceo of a grooming retailer. a fantastic idea in general. people will have a place to
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feedback. >> real feedback, honest answers. our goal, help occupant the peel. not to everybody i don'terly criticize them and break them down. >> can be devastating. >> absolutely. >> and really inspiring. there's so many great talent. incredible to see people so young decide to be entrepreneurs right out of the gate. >> did it remind you are yourselves when starting? trying to figure out how to make your way? >> i don't think so. >> i mean -- >> in our heads. >> no. no. >> not so much. >> i don't think i would have gone, you know, still working out a pitch. and had only this, you know, hour and a half long discussion with investors, because i think a lot of their ideas and hard work takes time to understand and connect with the, connect with the investor. >> you have to really be in love with this idea. is it true, it's your money? >> your money. >> yes it is. >> investing your own dough. >> our own dough. >> what does it take? rebecca, what would make you invest your money? >> come with me with a full
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i want the person to have thought through all the steps and spent the time to make sure that there's no holes that any of us can poke in their product. >> does it have to be a new idea? you've never seen before? >> doesn't have to be new. i'm looking for an entrepreneur. the actual individual who is really passionate and has a vision about product. also clearly great at execution and bright and basically can walk through walls. it's not about it being a new idea. always about execution, and when it comes down to it, that is the hardest thing. esal idea. this isn't going to work. and you have to be resilient. >> right. >> we actually have one of your entrepreneurs here lara wahs, her own jewelry line. >> hi, lara. >> an opportunity to pitch your idea here and now. ready? >> i'm ready. >> do it. >> my brand is called wxyz jewelry sell in the leading
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my brand is based in brooklyn, make everything in-house and locally. we adorn pop stars and celebrities including beyonce and her video "7-11" on tour with nicki minaj. >> you did? >> yeah. since pitching, investors have done a lot of research who our customer is. we work primarily with 25 through 35-year-olds looking for something to really express themselves throughout the day or going out at night. going to music festivals. >> beyonce? didn't you already make it? doesn't that mean you're in? >> wxyz brings in your inner -- you feel like beyonce when wearing the jewelry. >> i think it's great. you know your customer. obviously, very different from me. >> exactly. >> what do you think? >> so impressive, she came on the show, none of us really do what she does. obviously taking fashion and
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you could see a really smart, bright passionate person and we pushed her for two hours. grilled her. >> you did? >> this girl stays on-message, on-point and so open to -- >> i think she's a designer, and i think one of the things we talked to her about is how to become a business. whether or not she could make that transition. >> sounds like a winner. the whole thing. >> wish you all the best. >> thank you. >> all of you ladies. thank you so much. and project . >> thank you so much. project run way ar own and you can see it as the country artist performs. >> the holest new work outs that make exercise fun and possible. >> i doubt it.
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>> i feel like i'm in a gient game of simon. ? >> you're interacting with the room the whole time you're doing it. working through the circuits. >> what am i doing? >> and getting your butt kicked. >> that's so much harder than it looks. >> it's a whole body work out. >> i got it. it's like salsa. >> the technology component make it fun. they're calling it a technology work out and calling it >> from flash rg lights to lights out. yoga moves are set to hip hop. >> it's sweat dripping yoga. we take out the mirrors and turn the lights down and it's lit by candles. we play hip hop music. the goal is to enter the studio and enter sort of a safe space where they're not judging
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it's wines day wednesday and we are ready to play an edible edition of our weekly trivia game "who knew?" in honor of sweet treat trivia. hoda's across the studio in 30 rock ready to hand out prizes and for those who don't, wonder signed books. also home with a delicious bag of halloween candy's everybody's a winner. here with me, "new york times" food section reporter. how are you? >> good. >> how are you? >> not tempted to get all the candies across the street.
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>> jennifer. >> from -- >> new orleans! [ cheers ] >> all right, girl. here we go. which of the following candies was co-created by a dentist? a., chocolate covered raisins, b., machine spun cotton candy or c. flavored jelly beans? >> i have to say a. >> wait. no, no, no. yeah! [ cheers and applause ] >> everybody would rather have what was the answer? >> the answer was machine spun cotton candy. fascinating. a dentist got together with a confectioner and they created cotton candy machine to make cotton candy and actually gave it to his patients. they thought it was a little lighter, wouldn't coat the teeth quite as much. >> it's terrible for you, though. right? >> terrible. this was 1904. >> okay. maybe they didn't know. >> and also he debuted it at the world's fair. same world's fair that gave us
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hoda? >> yum pip what's your name? >> dee, this is elly. >> hi. >> your daughter? >> yes. >> from. >> louisville, kentucky. >> here we go, kids. let's play. the rock band van halen famously demanded that no m&ms of this color be part of the backstage continuers. was it brown, red or blue? >> a., brown. >> yes! [ cheers and applause ] great job. but why? >> that is such a good story. apparently van halen's concerts are technically specific and wanted to make sure the venue was reading through their entire contract to make sure all the specs were correct. a matter of safety. put the brown m&m thing in small print and realizes if they missed it, went to the dressing room and there were brown m&ms, have their people go back and line check the whole production over again because they'd often find errors.
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>> interesting. good for you! hoda, did you know that? >> did not. learned something today. it your name? >> sheryl, from fredericksburg, virginia. >> play. true or false, babe ruth never received any royalty payments for the baby ruth candy bar? >> true. >> true! oh, yeah! [ cheers ] >> that doesn't seem quite fair. does it? >> it was not fair. so the babe to baby. maybe it a baby ruth bar. so what babe ruth did was said, huh. they're making money. i'm making money and come out with my own babe ruth candy bar. so the candy company sued him for using his own name. >> tell me they did not win. >> they won. they won. >> gosh? no justice anymore. >> a sad story. >> hoda, now i'm depressed. >> your name? >> michael. >> michael's going to cheer you up. ready? here we go. which of the following is not a
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coffee nut, caramel or grape? >> grape? >> yes! guessing right today. >> all righty. i don't know if they would be lucky or know the answers. look what you've got. >> i know. yeah. can i take some? want to share? >> no. love to, but better not. >> new m&m flavors, candy corn flavored. interesting. i love candy corn. >> do you? >> not so much? i can make them how. >> okay. you're terrific. thank you so much. hoda, thank you. get on over here. a real treat when rising country star eric paslay hits our stage with a song that's going to lift your spirits, right after this. s knows how it feels to see your numbers go up, despite your best efforts. but what if you could turn things around? what if you could love your numbers?
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>> so happy to have you. >> great to be here. >> how cute is your whole band? >> awesome guys. >> we are into them. >> what kind of angels are we talking about? >> the teachers to first responders, can't help but thank them. the nurse that helped your loved one from a life hospice. >> human angels. >> absolutely. >> and i also believe with my faith and stories i've heard, i believe in miracles happening, but also great to go out and thank everyday miracles in other people's lives. >> every town, go to local hospitals and make visits, boys and girls clubs? >> right. >> what are you going to sing for us? >> "angels in your town."
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? hail mary touchdown caught it don't now how something lifts you up a little bit high ? 6 and the crowd goes wild ain't nothing better than a hometown cry ? between the dirt and sky don't know when or why ? miracles arrive yeah ? ? call it what you want, but i ? angels in this town looking out for me and you ? all i know is i wouldn't be here now ? ? call it what you want ? ? i swear there's angels in this town ? in this town in this town ? ? i swear there's angels in this
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? night shift tired should have been a funeral should have been a fire woke up head-on 90 miles aen hour ? ? missed that truck by the skin of your tire ? call it what you want but i know the truth angels in this town ? ? looking out for me and you ? all i know is i wouldn't be here now ? ? call it what you this town ? ? in this town i swear there's angels in this town ? ? oh-oh-oh, yeah ? between the dirt and sky don't know when or why ? call it what you want
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looking out for me and you ? all i know is i wouldn't be here now ? ? call it what you want i swear there's angels in this town, in this town, in this town ? i swear there's angels in it this town, this town, this town ? ? oh, yeah-yeah-yeah-yeah-ya yeah-yeah-yeah-yeah-yeah ? ? angels in this town, i swear there's eighths in this town ? ? i swear there's eighths in this town oh-oh, oh-oh-yeah ? >> whew! >> yeah! >> wow! >> thank you. >> love that. >> thanks. >> how good are you?
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really nice to meet you. one of hollywood's "it" girls. jennifer o'neal bringing one true inspiring story to life and shares a few of her own coming up, after kniss. after this. ?"all you need is love" plays? my friends know me so well. they can tell what i'm thinking, just by looking in my eyes. they can tell when i'm really excited and thrilled. and they know when i'm not so excited and thrilled. but what they didn't know so i finally decided to show my eyes some love. some eyelove. when is it chronic dry eye? to find out more, chat with your eye doctor and go to
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it, hoda. >> yes, she can. jennifer is back on the big screen playing the role of a good samaritan in "i'm not ashamed" inspiring true story of rachel joy scott, the first of 14 people who lost htheir lives in the shooting at columbine. >> here's a scene from the movie. >> i'm going to have to ask you to leave. >> excuse me. ah -- my friend here would like >> a coffee. >> a french press. and -- a bagel. >> with cream cheese. >> perfect. thank you very much. >> okay. >> ah, beautiful. makes me want to start crying. >> well, it was in her diary, that experience, and it inspired her to find her faith and really an important movie and look at you. >> i know. i'm crying for two things.
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of faith. and -- we've known each other for a long time. >> absolutely. >> how many years -- >> this is my sister. >> oh -- >> to see her doing so well after all of these years, because your life would be not a movie. it would be a miniseries. >> well -- many years ago i brought on surviving myself, my autobiography and updated it. you were so helpful at that time. difficult to say jesus christ on camera. >> a swear word. >> exactly. thank you for that and everything you do and been so staunch and such a faithful woman. >> well, you're sweet to say it bhut you're here to talk about you. okay? >> all righty. tell us how you got involved in the movie? you play a cameo. >> if you blink, i'm gone pt not point. it wasn't about me it was about being part of a film that's very important. deals with bullying. co
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it talks about a girl who struggles with her faith and in finding it becomes a billboard for its truth and supported other friends and embraced forgiveness and love and walked the walk. >> she did. important to remember. >> our kids really need to see this. >> funny, looking at jennifer at the wall behind us. seeing all of these different eras of your life. what's it like to look back and reflect on all of these things when you look back? saw me, my best, favorite time? it's now. >> oh, my. >> it's now. all the fame and fortune is surviving myself is about. a life that looks so good on the outside and hurts so badly on the inside until i came to my faith. it was it a struggle. put your seat belt on when you -- >> yes. >> and now i get to do wonderful shings. >> a fantastic ranch, works with horses and horses that are beautiful animals that are healing in therapy, we are open,
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and since 2010 served over 3,500 first responders, active service members. veterans with the equine assisted programs and the they're putic wonder forces. god recycled all that. >> more beautiful than ever. >> really are. so good to see you. going to nashville soon and see you. >> we're going to play a little bit. "i'm not ashamed" in theaters now. >> if you love ice cream, joy has tricks to keep yourer >> it is hard once you start. you can't stop. >> first, this is "today" on
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amendment 1 protects consumers from scams, promotes safe solar, and is endorsed by florida's firefighters. so, why are out-of-state billionaires attacking it? because amendment 1 stops their subsidies. amendment 1 ensures that if you don't choose solar, you don't have to pay for those who do. amendment 1 blocks special subsidies for special interests. vote yes on amendment 1. robert kearney: i fought for my country in kosovo and iraq, and i've been a republican all my life. but i'm the father of three girls. i can't stand hearing donald trump call women pigs, dogs, and bimbos...and i sure don't want my daughters hearing it. i want my girls to grow up proud and strong, in a nation where they're valued
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we are ready to answer this week's diet srchlts o.s. if you have a question, go to our website. >> tell us about portion control tricks? >> the question from peter in
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keep in the house because i can't stop at one serving. i eat the proposal pint. tricks? i know that this works, peter, i use it in my own house. i have exactly the same issue. bring home your favorite pint and line up four appropriately sized ramekins and you're going to use a half-cup scoop. put it in to the ramekin. make believe this slides out. right? and then you're going to put your plastic wrap over it and you're going to stash them in the freezer. each pint will house four, and -- >> throw that out? >> automatic portion control then. you don't need the willpower. >> why wouldn't you go for a second? >> you won't. this is going to work, peter. telling you. >> tomorrow, ambush makeovers. plus, beth stern stops by
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our children, they look up to us. what we value, how we treat others. and now they're looking to see what kind of leaders we choose. who we'll entrust our country and their future to. will it be the one respected around the world, or the one who the one with the deep understanding of the challenges we face, or the one who is unprepared for them? a steady hand? or a loose cannon? common sense and unity, or drama and division? a woman who's spent her life helping children and families, or a man who's spent his life helping himself?
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what kind of country will we be? hillary clinton, because we're stronger together. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. >> hope: [sighs] >> rafe: you're here late. >> hope: hey. yeah. well, since i... can't focus nor concentrate, i may be here all night. >> rafe: what are you worrying about, hmm? you don't have aiden to blackmail you anymore. clyde, orpheus, and xander, they're no longer a threat. >> hope: well, you know, maybe i've forgottenblem. how to relax. you know, it'd be really nice to go away for a while, someplace peaceful where i could just breathe. >> rafe: yeah, i dream about stuff like that too. you're always there. [dramatic music]


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